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Date: Thursday - December 13, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Tana Hoy, Dr. Louis Turi, Jeffrey Wands, Marianne Szymanski

Three psychics/intuitives shared their perceptions, methods, and forecasts in separate segments.

First up was psychic medium Tana Hoy, who described being able to see spirit guides and guardian angels, and convey messages from them. Guides have lived on Earth before, whereas angels have never been in human form, he explained. Indian (Native American) guides, in particular, tend to have a protective nature, and can be accessed in times of need by calling out to them. He added that people typically have 20-30 guides and angels around them at any one time. Hoy also discussed his precognitive vision of the Oklahoma City bombing, which he spoke about on a radio show shortly before the attack.

Seer Dr. Louis Turi looked ahead to 2008, and warned that the months of February and August would be particularly difficult. Natural disasters, and stock market volatility are likely during these two months, he said. And in the next two days, he predicted an explosive event such as a large volcano or earthquake. Turi also shared that he is working on a new reality series called the Cosmic Code with Dr. Turi, which will highlight his readings of everyday people.

Psychic Jeffrey Wands, appearing in the last hour, offered his forecast for 2008 as well. The beginning of the year is going to be particularly "bumpy" with severe weather, especially in the month of February, affecting the Midwest and the West Coast, he said. By the end of 2008, he foresees a major breakthrough with a drug to treat HIV. Wands also spoke about poltergeists, which he characterized as a generally non-harmful form of residual energy.

Toy Tips

First hour guest, Marianne Szymanski of Toy Tips talked about toy safety and selection. Her organization conducts product testing and helps consumers make informed choices.

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Bumper music from Thursday December 13, 2007

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